ALBANY — Supporters of home-sharing platform Airbnb are expected to rally at the Capitol on Tuesday in an effort to shore up support for a bill allowing short-term rentals in New York City.

Lawmakers and advocates for Airbnb are slated to hold a rally Tuesday to push for legislation amending the state’s multiple dwelling and tax laws to allow short-term rentals in New York City. Under the multiple dwelling law, short-term rentals for fewer than 30 days without the homeowner present are prohibited in New York City, meaning that Airbnb rentals for less than 30 days are largely illegal there.

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